Back when I used to watch MTV shows, Julie was getting a face full of Kevin, Montana was getting fired from her Real World job, and Trent was just about the cutest non-real human boy out there.Times have changed over the last 10 to 15 years, and now it's all about The Hills. The show always confused me since it looked like a scripted show shot in the style of a reality show, and contradicting reports still can't decide if its real, semi-real, or all a big sham. But that's not stopping them from discussing the possibility of The Hills making its way to theaters.

reports that according to star Lauren Conrad, it just might happen. Conrad says: "We have kind of talked about it," with a smile that MTV describes as "we have ABSOLUTELY talked about it." But really, what could a reality/spoof/whatever the hell it is, do on the big screen? "I think if they were going to do a film of The Hills, they would basically film it like we do the show and they would just edit it into a movie. It would be like a really long episode." (You can check out the video of this at the link above, but due to the damned Canada ban, I've got to stick with the type.)

Have we really come to a film industry where a feature can be just a longer episode of a reality show? I mean, it's totally unscripted, right? So, like, they'd have to hope for things to get dramatic. There definitely wouldn't be any filmmaker interference. Ha.

Even the fans are commenting that it's a bad idea over at the MTV post, but they're just nuts. Doesn't this sound like the best idea, ever? Imagine this drama on the big screen!
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